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Try out university life at our summer schools

If you’re in year 12 or your first year of 6th form college, you have the chance to try out what it’s like to study at university at our on-campus, residential summer schools.

Summer schools run from 9-12 July, and you can apply now. You’ll have opportunities to explore a variety of sessions during the day, giving you a taste of different courses, social activities in the evening, and overnight stays in our halls of residence – all supported by our undergraduate students at the University of Brighton.  

By the end of the week, you’ll have tried out lots of different tasters in your broad area of interest, made new friends and have a much better idea of what it’s like to move to university!  
Based at our Moulsecoomb campus, you choose either a science or engineering pathway and  explore a wide range of different science and engineering disciplines with our talented academic staff and current university students, as well as a trip to Herstmonceux observatory science centre. Science and engineering subjects taught at the University of Brighton include:  
Biomedical science

Alongside academic sessions, our friendly outreach team provide advice and guidance on making a strong application to university.

In the evening you’ll get to try out what it’s like living in halls – you’ll have your own bedroom, in a flat with 6-8 other students also on the summer school, and a shared living room/kitchen. There will be social activities each evening, for example beach volleyball, quizzes and BBQs.

You can apply now, until applications close on 14 June. Applications from all students will be considered, however, places are limited so students in year 12 who meet our widening participation criteria have priority.

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